Here's my evaluation, As Phin already mentioned, it would be good if we could compare the original side by side. However, I had a good look at both of your Executioner and the original + i ran a few with my own fiberglass truck (The next Jump
) and with my favorite truck (Jumper's wheels
To compare them, i ran several laps on a track i was very familiar with. Jumping screwballs
My first impression was that the truck appear to be wider and therefore, i was expecting a very stable truck and as a result harder to steer in steep curves etc. I was extremly surprise at how both version (fiberglass and the other one) handle extremely smoothly and didn't feel harder in the curves at high speed. I ran several laps with each truck in software mode and lap after lap i was pulling near HOF lap (4:11.39 and several very low 4:12) They both handled so smoothly during landings after each jumps. I consider them both among the best i've seen so far.
I was so impressed i then decided to checked how they would feel on a much tighter track. So i picked Zuma's revenge
to further test those babies.
Both truck handled well but in some of them very sharp curves they both appeared to be harder to handle. Again it's hard to compare but i felt like if it took longer for the truck to react so i had to anticipate the curve ealier than i would with the original stock executioner.
If you give us a couple more days, i'll try them on several other tracks to see how they handle upon landings or during power slides etc.. It would also be great to test them in large group (8 players). The fast lane event sound like the place to run that test.
So far, get rdy to fill a 10 truck order for team SLO lol send the bill to email@example.com